[Ancestral Link: Lura Minnie Parker (Stagge), daughter of Minnie May Elmer (Parker), daughter of Mark Alfred Elmer, son of Hannah Polina Child (Elmer), daughter of Alfred Bosworth Child, son of Hannah Benedict (Child), daughter of John Benedict, son of Daniel Benedict, son of John Benedict, son of Anna St. John (Benedict), daughter of Mark St. John, son of Matthias Sention, son of Sarah Bulkeley (Sention), daughter of Edward Bulkeley, son of Elizabeth Grosvenor (Bulkeley), daughter of Anne Charlton (Grosvenor), daughter of Anne Mainwaring (Charlton), daughter of William Mainwaring.]
ALSO FOUND ON MILLER-AANDERSON.BLOGSPOT.COM
as can be seen below... William lived 104 years from 1396 to 1499
Ightfield Line descending from RandleThis is the Ightfield line, descending from Randle :
13. William Mainwaring, "the Good", of Ightfield, Shropshire, England, son of Randle and Margery was born about 1396 in Over-Peover, Cheshire, England. He married Margaret Warren, daughter of John Warren and Matilda Cheney. William died in 1499.
14. Thomas Mainwaring, son of William and Margaret was born about1450 in Ightfield, Shropshire, England. He married Jane De Sutton, daughter of Sir John De Sutton and Elizabeth Berkeley. He was tenant of two copyhold estates in Edstaston and Cotton (in Wem parish), county Salop. Thomas died in 1508.
15. Sir John Mainwaring, son of Thomas and Jane was born about 1478. He married Joan Lacon, daughter of Sir Richard Lacon and Margery Horde. He was among those who entered France on June 16, 1513; he was captain in the army of King Henry VIII and was knighted at Lille. He was the heir of his uncle George Mainwaring.
16. Sir Richard Mainwaring, Knight, of Ightfield, Shropshire, son of John and Joan married Dorothy Corbet, daughter of Sir Robert Corbet and Elizabeth Vernon. He was knighted by September 28, 1536, when he took a lease from John, late Abbott, and the convent of St. Mary, Combermere, Chester. He served as Commissioner of Peace in May 1538, was among the knights who welcomed Anne of Cleves to England on January 3, 1539/40, and served as Sheriff of Shropshire in 1544 and at other times. He died on September 30, 1558 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire.
17. Sir Arthur Mainwaring, son of Richard and Dorothy married Margaret Mainwaring, daughter of Randall and Elizabeth Brereton. Knighted at Berwick by John, Earl of Warwick, Lieutenant of the King's Army, in 1547 he was probably engaged in the campaign which led to the battle of Pinkie. He was Member of Parliament for Shropshire in 1558, Commissioner of Peace in 1561/2, and Sheriff in 1563 and 1577. In 1577 he was a member of the Royal Commission of Musters, responsible for seeing that all the men of Shropshire aged between 16 and 60 were "armed, trained and inspected."
18. Mary Mainwaring, daughter of Arthur and Margaret was born about 1541 in Ightfield, Shropshire, England. She married Richard Cotton on Janruary 6, 1559/60.
|Mainwaring Estate Over-Peover|
|Peover Hall - Mainwaring Estate
- Cheshire, England
|Peover Hall Gardens|
The Mainwarings (pronounced "Mannering") held the manor at Peover Hall from the time of the Norman Conquest. Ranulphus, believed to be the family's ancestor came to live in Over Peover (pronounced "pee-ver"). The present Hall was built by Sir Randle Mainwaring in 1585 and had a Georgian extension built by Sir Henry Mainwaring, the last male heir of the family. In 1797 the house was purchased by Thomas Wettenhall, who took the name of Mainwaring guaranteeing that the house would continue in the family name until 1919 after which it was owned by several other unrelated families. (Papillon Graphics' Virtual Encyclopaedia of Greater Manchester)
Taken from this site: http://todmar.net/ancestry/mainwaring_main.htm
Randle Mainwaring, son of William and Elizabeth was born about 1367 in Over-Peover, Cheshire, England. He married Margery Venables in 1391, the daughter of Hugh and Margery Cotton. He succeeded to the family estates after the death of his brother John, entered the service of King Henry IV, and, as a result of an attachment to the court of the Earl of Chester, was in 1405 granted for life the office of Equitator of the Forest of Mara and Mondrem, which then included much of the Hundred of Nantwich and all of Edisbury. Then, when the Earl succeeded as King Henry V, Randle was granted two parts of the serjeanty of Macclesfield during the minority of John Davenport, whose family held the hereditary serjeanty. Randle died in 1456.